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Where are the javadoc jar's for Real-Time-SDK?

Using Real-Time-SDK-2.1.2.L1 - where are the javadoc files? If they are intentionally omitted, please accept this as a suggestion to include them. Javadoc has been used for documenting Java API's since the early 2000's.

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Hi @Patrick Sweeney,

If you download the RTSDK package from the downloads tab, once uncompressed you can find the JavaDocs in the path Java\Ema\Docs\refman and Java\Eta\Docs\refman.

If you are downloading the SDK from GitHub, then you will have to generate the docs yourself. The SDK sources are included in the package.

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"refman" is the html artifact, I was looking for the jar artifact to use in conjunction with an IDE.

I will do as you suggest and obtain them the github and generate the JavaDoc jars with the customary tools.

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@Patrick Sweeney

Just setup your project to pull those artifacts from Maven Central.
Here is an example for the ETA core library: https://repo1.maven.org/maven2/com/refinitiv/eta/eta/3.8.0.0/ . As you can see the javadoc and sources jars are indeed there.

Here is the Refinitiv documentation on the matter: https://github.com/Refinitiv/Real-Time-SDK/tree/master/Java#maven-central

You can now use the RTSDK exactly the same way as you would any other open source library. Your IDE has features to download and display javadoc ... provided it exists with the artifact on Maven Central .. which it does in this case.

Unfortunately, Refinitiv/LSEG doesn't publish a BOM, but that is a minor inconvenience.

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